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Gloucester St E
Sheet No: 195
Central Christchurch

Information supplied by the Methodist Church of New Zealand archives team:

Agnes Isitt nee Caverhill (1857-1918). Wife of Wesleyan minister Rev Leonard Monk Isitt (1855-1937) who was stationed at East Belt (Fitzgerald Avenue) Wesleyan Church.  He was one of the leading prohibition advocates.  Agnes’ parents were Hannah Rebecca Frances Caverhill and John Scott Caverhill.

Click on sheet number to see the 1893 petition sheet this signature appeared on. Digital copies of the sheets supplied by Archives New Zealand.

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Sarndra Lees

Posted: 01 Mar 2014

Agnes ISITT is possibly Agnes [nee CAVERHILL 1857 - 1938] married to the Honourable Leonard Monk ISITT M.L.C. [1855 - 1937] Methodist Minister.

Her grave In Linwood Cemetery, Christchurch is here:
[post quake photos are in the comments section at the bottom of photo]

Agnes was the mother of Air Vice Marshall Sir Leonard Monk ISITT K.B.E. [1891 - 1976]
Leonard "was the New Zealand signatory to the Japanese Instrument of Surrender marking the formal surrender of Japanese forces, so ending World War II."